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County - Essex | Map
Tel code: 01376 | code search
Postcode: CO5 | code search
Population: 1900
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Bell Inn
"went with three friends, on a tuesday evening, not very busy, food was excellent, service was brilliant, food cooked fresh and to you requirements, first time we had three courses ..." More

Old Anchor
"Lovely decor and surroundings. Visited on a thursday evening and we were the only people in the restaurant. Waiting staff were very attentive and did every thing they could to ..." More

Old Anchor
"We went to the Anchor for Lunch on Father's day, my partner and i had the Lasagne which we both really enjoyed, my partner said it was better ..." More

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Feering is a village in Essex, situated between Colchester and Witham. It is the crossing point of the River Blackwater and traces of the old Roman London to Colchester road have been found on Feering Hill. The present village bridge was built around 1785 and the arches of an earlier bridge can still be seen. There are more than 40 buildings of architectural, historic or local interest in the village. These include Feeringbury Manor, a 7-acre garden with common and rare plants, wild flower beds and sculptures by Ben Coode-Adams. There is a thriving Community Centre, picturesque village green and quite uniquely, a pair of courts for the fascinating Tudor game of real tennis. The village boasts three pubs: The Sun; The Old Anchor, and The Bell. Large areas of the parish are still agricultural. Until recently orchards supplied fruit for a nearby jam factory. There were fields of strawberries, raspberries and tomatoes which became known as the Flowering Fields of Feering. John Constable stayed in Feering on several occasions with the Rev Walter Wren and drew several drawings whilst staying there, including one of the church porch and another depicting the Vicarage. Feering has close ties with its geographically conjoined neighbour, Kelvedon.

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SJB & Co

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Feeringbury Manor

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Bell Inn
Sun Inn

School

Feering C of E Primary School

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Old Anchor (0.48 miles)

Old Anchor
The 'Old Anchor Hotel' is a coaching inn with some parts dating back to the 15th century. Situated just off the A12 , halfway between Chelmsford and Colchester we are ideally placed for touring and ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Colchester Feering (0.57 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Prested Hall (0.76 miles)

Prested Hall
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Prested Hall is a comfortable, listed privately owned country house hotel. It has 10 lovely ensuite rooms,as well as conference and function facilities, and an adjacent ... More
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Kings Arms (1.82 miles)

Kings Arms
The Kings Arms is a quaint and cosy pub run by a small team of family and close friends. We endeavour to provide a warm and welcoming atmosphere in which our customers can comfortably enjoy ... More | visit website
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White Hart (1.95 miles)

White Hart

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In the pretty market town of Coggeshall, this stunning building dates back to the 15th century and still boasts many beautiful original features, such as historic oak beams. The White Hart Hotel’s ... More

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Rivenhall Hotel (2.92 miles)

Rivenhall Hotel

The Rivenhall Hotel is located at the heart of Essex ,just off A 12 midway between Chelmsford and Colchester.Its strategic location means that the hotel is just a 20 min.drive to the M 25 and ... More | visit website

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Best Western Marks Tey Hotel (3.82 miles)

Best Western Marks Tey Hotel

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This modern hotel and leisure club, located to the south of Colchester, is the premier hotel in north Essex. The hotel features 110 bedrooms which have been carefully designed with your personal ... More

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The Bull at Great Totham (5.39 miles)

The Bull at Great Totham
The Bulls best kept secret, the delightful cottage in the grounds has been tastefully renovated to provide four beautifully appointed double en-suite bedrooms. The rooms are individually decorated in a contemporary style with luxurious bedding and ... More | visit website
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De Vere Arms Hotel (5.40 miles)

De Vere Arms Hotel

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Great Style and Flair.The the de Vere Arms tell a simple story, Nine elegant rooms and a 50- Seat Award winning fine dining Restaurant speak ... More

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Holiday Inn Colchester (5.43 miles)

Holiday Inn Colchester

The Holiday Inn Colchester is situated in the tranquil village of Eight Ash Green, just outside of Colchester’s busy and lively town centre. Located within easy reach of the A12 from London, the hotel ... More | visit website

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